Daily Three: Initial Jobless Claims Rise, U.S. Consumer Inflation up Modestly in May and Bank of Japan Leaves Policy Unchanged
June 16, 2016    Disclosures    POSTED IN  MarketsInternational
  • A closely monitored Fed data point, U.S. Consumer Price Index rose at a slowing rate in May from April’s unexpected 0.4% rise.  CNBC
  • Weekly jobless claims arrive 7,000 above estimates but remain below economist concerns for labor market.  Bloomberg
  • The Bank of Japan decided to leave its monetary policy in a standing position causing a shock to Asian markets.  The Wall Street Journal
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